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Get the Marshall Major IV Bluetooth headphones for $100 today ($50 off)

Get the Marshall Major IV Bluetooth headphones for $100 today ($50 off)

Marshall is one of the oldest-running brands in the music equipment industry, dating back to 1962. The company is best known for its guitar amplifiers, but it also produces plenty of headphones and normal speakers too. In this early Cyber Monday sale, you can get the Marshall Major IV for $99.99 on Amazon, a savings of $50 from the original price. It’s also on sale for $5 more at Best Buy, if you prefer shopping there.

The Marshall Major IV is a feature-packed pair of headphones, with custom-tuned dynamic drivers, over 80 hours of playtime over Bluetooth (according to Marshall, at least), soft ear cushions, and a multi-directional knob for music and power controls. There’s also a standard 3.5mm connector for wired audio, with an extra unique feature — someone else can plug their headphones into yours to share the music. To charge the Major IV, you can either use a USB Type-C cable or set it on top of a wireless charging pad. You don’t see many over-ear headphones with wireless charging, so that’s neat.

    Marshall Major IV
    These wireless headphones offer excellent sound quality and long battery life, but no ANC.

The main catch here is that the Marshall Major IV doesn’t have any Active Noise Cancellation, so if you need headphones that block out your surroundings to the highest degree possible, you might need to look elsewhere. Still, if you’re after wireless headphones with great sound quality, the Marshall Major IV is a solid option.

Check out our Cyber Monday roundup for all the other sales we’ve spotted over the past few days. If you still need to do holiday shopping for friends or family, or are still hunting for the perfect item for yourself, we’ve got you covered.

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Corbin Davenport
Corbin Davenport

Corbin is a tech journalist and software developer based in Raleigh, North Carolina. He's also the host of the Tech Tales podcast, which explores the history of the technology industry. Follow him on Twitter at @corbindavenport.